Find the polo of the Matra MS660, the first car of the team to have adopted a chassis with a central shell acting as a tank instead of the classic metal lattice. For several years, Matra had been trying to win at Le Mans with the MS 640 and the MS 650, both equipped with the tubular chassis. However, the MS 660 was significantly more advanced as it was equipped with an in-house V12 engine. Its power reached 420 hp, however, it still did not have a high enough top speed and therefore had setbacks at Le Mans in 1970, 1971 and 1972. It was however powerful enough to win the 1000 km of Paris and to break the record for the 300 km of Auvergne in the hands of Larrousse.